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Business as usual is dead. What shaped economic analysis and policy over the last forty years has failed us. We need urgent structural rather than incremental reform.
KUALA LUMPUR: Fund management company Value Partners Group advises investors not to rush into the market now to pick up cheap shares, following the tumble in most markets led by the US.
LONDON: “Nothing is impossible.” These three words are on a plaque that Aliko Dangote keeps on his office desk in Lagos, Nigeria, constantly reminding Africa’s richest man how to approach the world. Dangote, who was worth US$12.3bil as of mid-August, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, is modest in his personal life but bold in business. Presiding over an empire that includes cement, freight, infrastructure, agriculture, and soon oil refining,
MONROVIA was in mourning. On Thursday, the capital of Liberia woke up to the news that Musa Bility, the head of Liberia’s Football Association had failed to pass an integrity test, ruling him out as a potential candidate for the February presidential elections of FIFA world soccer’s governing body.
BUENOS AIRES: While Argentina notches victories in the World Cup, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is grappling with a debt crisis and feels like a goalkeeper facing endless penalties and a biased referee.
KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of events in Malaysia as well as news company-related and market news which could have an influence on the local market.
LONDON: England's Premier League has introduced new ownership and financial regulations for the new season in an attempt to avoid a repeat of Portsmouth's implosion last season.